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Ashaka Cement loses N4.5bn to Boko Haram attacks

The Ashaka Cement Company a subsidiary of Lafarge Holmes has lost over  N4.5 billion to two attacks suffered from Boko Haram on its plant. The…

The Ashaka Cement Company a subsidiary of Lafarge Holmes has lost over  N4.5 billion to two attacks suffered from Boko Haram on its plant.
The Chairman. Board of Directors of the company Alhaji Suleiman Yahya stated this when he visited the  Emir of Gombe Abubakar Shehu Abubakar in his palace.
Yahya  said despite the attack, and poor market recorded because of the attack, Ashaka Cement was determined to continue in business as one of the  surviving institutions in the entire north-east.
He said the company lost 18 Hilux Jeep including new ambulance, they also took ten trips of ammonium sulfate,
Chairman said the company discovered additional limestone and coal that will last for over 100 years in Gombe State.
He said the Limestone will last for over 50 years while the coal will last for over 60 years and assured the company’s readiness to continue in business for over 100 years in the area.
The Emir of Gombe Abubakar Shehu Abubakar commended the company for the success they recorded in their business and advised them to do more to their host communities by building schools, hospitals and other basic infrastructure.

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